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hoverboard dentist

Hoverboard-riding dentist gets 12 years in jail

October 1st, 2020

An Alaska dentist that stood on a hoverboard while extracting a patient’s tooth has been sentenced to 12 years in jail. Seth Lookhart also piled up a mountain of other charges and was convicted of embezzlement and other crimes.  Despite his conviction, Lookhart says he hopes to return to his career in the future. If …

beehive theft

Who is stealing beehives in California?

January 21st, 2020

When you think of common targets for thieves, beehives probably don’t rank high on the list. That didn’t stop someone from nabbing almost 100 beehives from a California orchard, causing tens of thousands of dollars in lost revenue for the owner and leaving local law enforcement scratching their heads. As KCRA reports, the hives belonged …

illegal gas station

Someone was running an illegal homemade gas station in Las Vegas

January 9th, 2020

Starting a home business can be a great way to generate some residual income while also helping you crush boredom. Some people even turn home businesses into their main sources of income, so anyone who is ambitious enough to embark on such a venture should be applauded for their work ethic. That is, unless the …

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Woman tried to beat drug test using dog urine

January 2nd, 2020

Dogs are man’s best friend, but exploiting our loving relationship with canines in an attempt to fool your probation officer, you should probably rethink things a bit. That’s apparently what happened in Arjay, Kentucky, where 40-year-old Julie Miller tried to skirt a drug screening test by using dog pee. According to a release by the …

marijuana legalization

Historic House vote clears the way for federal cannabis legalization

November 21st, 2019

With more states now allowing for recreational marijuana use than ever before, the federal government is slowly warming up to the idea of full-scale legalization. A House Judiciary Committee voted on a landmark legalization bill on Wednesday, voting 24 to 10 to approve the bill and push it to the Senate. The bill would undo …